Hate Speech Pamphlet Notes

Hate Speech Pamphlet Notes
Mayor Graham statement of December 5, 2024:
“If you experience a hate-driven incident, please report it to Ashland Police Department. It is the only way law enforcement can understand the full breadth of what is happening and take appropriate action. 
Please also report messages of hate and any efforts to you see to recruit people to these organizations. The Oregon Bias Hotline is available at 844.924.2427 or online at StandAgainstHate.oregon.gov. This hotline is a particularly good way to report incidents that do not rise to the level of a crime, and it allows people to file reports anonymously.”

SERJ meeting December 7 minutes:
“7. BIAS Victim Reporting
Simon spoke about the recent hate crimes toward the Jewish community in Ashland and stressed the importance of victims reporting hate crimes to the Oregon Department of Justice Bias and Hate Crime Hotline. She asks how SERJ can get the word out about the Hotline. Mendel, Houston, Yamaguchi, Simon and Dahl volunteered to help get the work.Seltzer will post a news item on the website about the Hotline.”
Ann Seltzer email of December 11:
“As discussed at the SERJAC meeting last Thursday, I have posted a news item about the Bias and Hate Reporting Hotline on the City of Ashland website under news and info.  Please see  www.ashland.or.us”

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